Federal-Raids Lawsuit: Who Will Help?

Let’s get this out of the way first: I do not use marijuana and I do not have any financial or personal interest in it. In fact, as an attorney who defends those charged with crimes, I would benefit by … Continue reading

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The Clash of Fundamentals

Recently, Britain’s Prime Minister, David Cameron, stated a political maxim he feels is worthy of admitting. Cameron acknowledged that multiculturalism doesn’t work. The catalyst, as it is admitted, to his acknowledgment is the cultural and political problems caused by fundamentally-opposed … Continue reading

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Constitutional Anarchy

Recently, Senator Jim Shockley published an article on his reasons for not supporting Montana State Senate Bill 114 – Sheriff’s First Bill. His response brought to my mind the content of this article. Constitutions are supposed to be formed—as well … Continue reading

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To Senators Opposing “Sheriffs First” Bill (SB-114)

Those who oppose SB 114-The Sheriffs First Bill have incorrectly expressed that the States are subservient to the federal government according to the United States Constitution (USC). However, nothing could be further from the truth regarding the political association and … Continue reading

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Limiting Government Power and Protecting Individual Independence

When one studies Montana’s constitution, something should become apparent—and perhaps alarming. That is, there is virtually no limit to the government’s power to pass and execute any law it deems right in its own discretion. The only limitations of government … Continue reading

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A Response to Bob Brown Regarding Nullification, Interposition and Secession

For me, it is always disheartening to see men and women who have held, who hold or who wish to hold American political office possess political ideas dangerous to the fundamental liberties which America’s Declaration of Independence holds are inalienable. … Continue reading

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Would to God!

See Also, www.polymontana.com for more on Montana politics. In 2010, there seems to be a battle of the qualities of human nature: the side that desires independence and autonomy to acquire freedom and the side that accepts convenience and ease … Continue reading

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Will Montana Follow Vermont’s Governor Election?

In a recent article, Thomas H. Naylor, professor emeritus of economics at Duke University, described the disparaging thought that the state of Vermont is not as freedom- and independent-minded as one would think or hope–in light of the 2010 gubernatorial … Continue reading

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Another Secession Movement Underway

A recent article reflects a Secession Movement is taking more serious effect in Belgium. The cause for the movement?–well, the cause is the same that most always exist in a Secession Movement: too many fundamentally opposed interests and philosophies among … Continue reading

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 4

Read parts 1, 2 and 3. Those who would classify themselves as the enemies of tyranny and advocates of freedom have offered—and for quite some time—many reasons why the United States are in the condition they are in. These reasons … Continue reading

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